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Horse Tracks: Denver Broncos enjoying their Bye week

Welcome to the Bye Week. I took one myself in a way. Surprisingly, there is plenty of news out there for the Denver Broncos, so have at it. We'll start with Brandon Perna's colorful (and NSFW) commentary on the Broncos victory over the Cleveland Browns last week.

Horse Tracks

Students of the game - Max Garcia Tape from Browns - Mile High Report
OK, bye week and enough time for analysing things. Mathis was replaced with Garcia for some snaps, so here are some plays where he has participated.

Mason's Mailbag: Offensive tempo, the O-line, and more from the bye week
There's no bye for the Mailbag. If you want questions answered, even on a week off, like Leonard Cohen said, "I'm your man."

DeCamillis delivers on promise as special teams coach |
Special Teams Coordinator Joe DeCamillis takes his experience from his wrestling days to become one of the best in the NFL.

Broncos host 10 players for tryouts during bye week |
The never-ending player evaluation process saw the Broncos work out 10 players, including former Northern Colorado QB Seth Lobato.

How Elway constructed one of the Broncos' best defenses - Denver Post
The depth chart read like a Pro Bowl roster, but John Elway hedged his bets.

Peyton Manning's 2015 season is special for many reasons - Denver Post
No more whispering or wondering. This is Peyton Manning's sun-setting season.

Is The Denver Broncos’ Defense ‘Orange Crush 2.0’? - Inquisitr
The Denver Broncos’ defense has had its share of near misses this season, but it has held stout. The Denver defense has had a major part in all of the Broncos’ wins this season.

Denver's defense carrying the offense for a change - Washington Times
During an ugly drought in which Denver’s wheezing offense went 25 drives without crossing the goal line, the unbeaten Broncos’ only touchdowns came via pick-6s from Pro Bowl cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Chris Harris Jr.

NFL Report: Strong QB play fuels unbeaten teams, except one -
Six weeks in, and there are still five unbeaten teams. That has never happened before in the NFL, and if you're looking for reasons why it has now, it should come as little surprise that superior quarterback play tops the list.

Possible Insurance Plans for Peyton Manning - NFL Spin Zone
Through six weeks of the NFL season, the Denver Broncos may be one of the least impressive 6-0 teams in recent memory. Five of their six victories have been by seven or less points, and they have scored only nine offensive touchdowns.

While Peyton struggles, Denver 'D' keeps Broncos in game - US News
Not so long ago, Peyton Manning had the Denver Broncos offense scoring at a record-setting clip. Those days are gone.

Broncos could follow path of 2000 Super Bowl-winning Ravens | 247Sports
Plenty of people question whether the 6-0 Broncos can keep winning behind a stellar defense and stagnant offense. Is this really sustainable?